Corporate Law and Business Structuring
Businesses can be legally structured in a score of different ways. The most common forms are the sole proprietor and the private limited company (B.V.). However, forms such as the public limited company (N.V.), general partnership (v.o.f.), limited partnership (c.v.), (professional) partnership, foundations and associations all require an individual approach. We provide advice on the best type of organisation for your plans. We will help with the formation/incorporation or draw up a partnership contract. We also assist the transfer of companies, divisions, mergers, the settlement of shareholder disputes and business discontinuation.